Hiroshige in Tokyo: The Floating World of Edo

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Pomegranate Artbooks, 1994 - Japan - 157 pages
The life of the artist Hiroshige spans the last years of the Edo period, and his work provides one of the most engaging records of the life of the city--a treasury of several thousand images filled with animation and gentle humor, in which he explores the life and landscape of Japan and its diverse people.

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